What does $300K get you in San Diego? And congrats! That’s great news.
lose 50lbs, buy a new pair of shoes, make 2000 sales, and pay off my credit card.
Buying an A4 would be pretty sweet and so would traveling. Now you’ve got me considering switching up my goals.
That was depressing (just visited the calculator). Throw one of us a bone so we can sock some cash away for a rainy day.
Thanks. That sounds easy enough. Edit tab.
I was wondering if anyone has ever taken one of their files down improved it then resubmitted it? Not necessarily a v2 more of a v1.5.
I’m game and close. Might just be the 2 of us. I’ve heard Axis41 has monthly flasher anonymous meet ups, but I’ve never been (and just recently heard about it). Let me know what date you pick.
Has adobe exchange done something different too? My referrals are down 50% compared to previous months, and even though I don’t make a ton on referral deposits I know I make more sells from them.
Are viewers of flashden turning away because of the new licensing? I’ve always figured the beauty of stock was buying cheap and using when and where ever you want.
Maybe we should start a mutiny and start a new stock flash site. Limit the crap that’s uploaded, remove files that never sell, and do a better job at previewing, and spot lighting files.
(That last paragraph is written with a lot of sarcasm).
There are a lot of great files on the Den, but I would say that there’s equally the same number of bad. If I see another snow generator I’m going to puke. They’re all the same lame snow tutorial generator from Kirupa.
I thought the Den didn’t allow rehashed tutorials?
I have an item that many users have requested additional features. Nothing hugh, but things like an email form and instead of a solid background the option to add a photo. My question is rather than creating a new file and calling it v.2 what if I edit the original then upload it to the FD can I have the price of the item increased to reflect the new work? And how do you go about asking the Den to raise my price a couple bucks?
AS2 is also more processor intensive and slower. AS3 has solved a lot of the slow down. Having built the same files in AS3 and AS2 the speed up is amazing. Another factor is the author of the flash files. Good coding goes a long way.